Hassan Khan takes the reigns for the new and improved Off The Hook Podcast! Each week Hassan sits down with a new guest as they delve into their life and anglin... Voir plus
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Adam Penning "The Return" - Nash Off The Hook Podcast - S2 Episode 134
This week the podcast sees the return of former guest and one of the finest UK big carp hunters Adam Penning.Adam picks up from where he left off his last podcast talking about his concluding capture of "Tyson" a very big, very hard earned common carp which saw him end his campaign. He goes on to speak about notable other escapades on various other Venus such as The Wharf, The Essex Reserve and also the premier day ticket complex that is Bluebell Lakes.Adam has recently launched "Pennings Carp Academy" an online educational carp fishing platform and he talks all about how this came to be and how this increased workload and different direction will impact his fishing as well as allow him to spread his vast knowledge to others. For more information on this and to check it out head to the following link....https://penningscarpacademy.com/Finally Adam is known for his outward opinions about such things as COVID vaccinations as well as other global world issues. He talks about his beliefs and thoughts on these matter which he believes need to be shed light upon in order to help educate people future.As ever its a fascinating insight into and incredible carp fishing mind. Adam is a brilliant story teller and this podcast goes from emotional tears to extreme laughter, its got it all!
Rob Gillespie - Nash Off The Hook Podcast - S2 Episode 133
This week the podcast welcomes a real northern big carp legend in the form of Rob Gillespie.Despite hanging up the rods for over a decade Rob has had a huge impact on the big carp scene, catching the most desirable and difficult carp from famous waters such as Capesthorne, Redsmere, Tatton Park, Stoneacres and Dinton to name but a few. Over the course of the podcast he talks in depth about his fishing and what led him to take on these huge challenges as well as what ultimately he puts his success down to.Rob also talks about his thoughts on rigs and bait. A lot of carp anglers will remember that he rolled his own bait which had an incredible cult following, he shares the realities and ultimately what became of his tenure into the bait game. Robs incredible passion, desire an ability still holds an incredible about of respect and admiration from those who are at the top of the modern day big carp scene. He has a wealth of top anglers that he's shared the banks with yet throughout this podcast Rob is humble, open and honest. He's a true inspiration and we are pretty sure he'll be dusting off those rods again in the future!
The Debate (4) - Oli Davies, Jacob Worth & Tom Forman - Nash Off The Hook Podcast - S2 Episode 132
Joining host Hassan this week is the Nash Tackle trio of Oli Davies, Tom Forman and Jacob Worth.It's been a while but the team are back with another podcast debate, giving their opinions on four different carp fishing questions, these being long rods or short rods? Europe or UK? Top UK day ticket water? What is best carp fishing rig?Sit back and enjoy an hour of intense Nash Debate.
Stephen "Kumu" May - Nash Off The Hook Podcast - S2 Episode 131
Joining Hassan in the podcast studio is North West based carp angler, ultra talented graphic designer and the mastermind behind Kumu Clothing Stephen May.Stephen's angling exploits are relatively unknown but the depth and variety of angling he has done over the years is incredible. He recalls chapters from his youth on various caravan park based holidays with his parents through to week long sessions on Linear St Johns whilst he was at University. Stephen also talks about his adventures in more recent times carp fishing up north on Wyreside and Blakemere, the later of which is where the formation of his route into the angling industry with then "On The Beaten Track" clothing came to be. Stephen talks openly about how the brand developed as well as why its name changed to Kumu. He shares his vision and design process for his uniques designs. He also talks about his angling now including some stories on venues such as Horseshoe and Bluebell Lakes.Stephen is a talented, uniquely gifted artist that has craved his own path incorporating his love for carp fishing and design into not only his career but every waking moment, its a fascinating podcast.
Chris Ball - Nash Off The Hook Podcast - S2 Episode 130
Joining Hassan in the podcast studio this week is legendary carp angler, carp fishing historian and a man who's very much been there, seen it and got the t-shirt when it comes to carp fishing over a span of eight decades, its the one and only Chris Ball.Chris talks about his life time in angling and the changes he has witnessed over the years. Throughout time Chris has been obsessed by all thing carp fishing in particular surface fishing and stalking using a float and worm, he gives great insight into these two very niche methods that have seen him still to this very day catching incredible carp.Chris talks about his significant chapters catching Olive at Wraysbury off the top as well as his time fishing linear Fisheries at the very start with the late Len Gurd. He also talks about his winter fishing in the past on Willow Park and his more modern chapters in his angling.Throughout the whole podcast there's incredible references and stories of the all time greats of angling and how Chris has rubbed shoulders with them from Richard walker to Matt Hayes and everyone in between. Chris also talks about his time working for Carp talk including photographing some of the very best of old English history carp.One thing is for sure Chris has lived an incredible life and this action packed, story filled podcast will leave you in awe of the man himself.